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- 368 pages
- The Prudence of Mr. Gordon Brown
- William Keegan
- 01 June 2015 William Keegan
➹ The Prudence of Mr. Gordon Brown Free ➯ Author William Keegan – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A compelling book that examines Gordon Brown's rise to power his years as Chancellor and his dramatic decision to give the Bank of England independence An essential read for anyone who wants to proper A compelling book that of Mr. eBook ↠ examines Gordon Brown's rise to power his years as Chancellor and his dramatic decision to give the Bank of England independence An essential read for anyone who wants to properly understand political and economic policy developments over the past years and enjoy some good insights about the futureNeil Kinnock Vice President of the The Prudence MOBI :Ú European Commission and former leader of the Labour PartyFor twenty years one of the most sceptical and authoritative voices on economic affairs in the British pressRobert Harris best selling authorA splendidly vivid account of the background outlook and record of the most powerful Chancellor of modern timesAnthony Howard biographer and political commentatorThe economic policy of new Labour has been fundamental to its success Gordon Brown has been at the very heart of new Labour's economic policy since the late s and has been highly instrumental in convincing both the British public and the City that a Labour government can run the economy responsibly He has generally been a popular and well respected Chancellor during his early years in office he was highly praised for his prudence and yet now well into the second term of office many of the issues on which the Blair government was elected such as health and education have not yet been satisfactorily addressed and Gordon Brown is now being criticised for what many see as his imprudence in handling the nationa s financesExamining how successful Laboura s economic policy has really been when allowing for the good fortune of a world wide economic boom Keegan provides insights into the policies of new Labour Gordon Brown's rise to power the impact of his policies and how future policies might influence the economyWritten by a well known and highly respected journalist who has been close to the heart of politics in Britain for many years and who is thus able to offer an insidera s view of how policy developed in both opposition and the Government Examines the professional relationships and private friction between Brown other members of the Cabinet and the Bank of England Includes much previously unpublished material William Keegan is Associate Editor since and Economics Editor since of The Observer newspaper A graduate of Trinity College Cambridge he has previously held posts with the Financial Times Daily Mail and Bank of England Economic Intelligence Department He has sat on a range of advisory committees including the BBC Advisory Committee on Business and Industrial Affairs the Employment Institute Council and the Department of Economics Advisory Board University of Cambridge He is visiting Professor of Journalism at Sheffield University and is the author of a variety of successful books.